Mills Elementary


Phone: (307) 253-3700

Principal: Coebie Taylor-Logan

Office Manager: Jillian Dike

Address: 420 2nd St., Mills, 82644

PO Box 268, Mills, 82644







“Every Child. Every Day. Every Way.”

Mills Elementary is a small community school where the staff and community are dedicated to the success and needs of every student.

The school offers multiple programs that meet the needs of a diverse student population and works to build positive relationships to ensure a safe and nurturing environment where children grow.


Student data drives instruction. The Bridges Math program offers students a hands-on program to explore and build their math understanding.

The Balanced Literacy and Writing Fundamentals programs allow students to build their reading skills at their own pace and to improve writing with literature-based and real-life examples.

Students also have access to the fine arts with music and art classes. Fourth- and fifth-graders have the option of joining band or orchestra.


Clubs available each year are based upon student interest and participation. Students may participate in Science Club, Maverick Chefs, Robotics, and Boys and Girls Club. Fourth- and fifth-graders may participate in volleyball, basketball and track through the Casper Recreation Center.


Preschool is available for children who turn 3 by Sept. 15 and are fully potty-trained. Three-quarters of admitted students must be below the poverty line. All parents of preschool students are required to volunteer five hours per month. Preschool students are screened for pre-academic skills. The staff discusses student needs, and they prioritize admission based on those needs.


Classes at Mills run from 8:40 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. Before-school activities begin at 7:30 a.m. An on-site Boys and Girls Club is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.


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